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Hi All, Have read through a few threads but still a little unsure of best option for powering a 3rd 3080 off of my HX1200. Have attached 2 options that I'm thinking about, I'm thinking that Option A has more power lines running to it so the load is distributed more evenly, although it introduces additional splitters. Option B seems to be possible based on the pig tail cords each being able to support full 150 watts...this is based on previous thread discussion however there seems to be a lot of back n forth. If you had to choose between the 2, what would be considered the better option? (more lines with Molex, or less lines without Molex) Thanks in advance
Hello all, This is my first post, so please bear with me. I purchased the following components for a new build: Motherboard: ASUS WS X299 Sage CPU: Intel Core i9-7900x RAM: 32gb (4x8gb) Corsair Vengance PSU: Corsair HX1000i Drives: 1 - 512gb 970PRO M.2 2 - 2x400gb Corsair nx500 Neutron Cooling: Noctua NH-D15s Grease: Thermal Grizzley Kryonaut Video: Low-end PCIe vid card My question: The ASUS WS X299 Sage has the following power connectors on the mother board: a - 24pin ATX Power b - 2x8pin ATX 12v power c - 1x6pin ATX 12v power Any idea where I would find a 6pin ATX 12v connector?? I am fairly certain that these are different from the PCIe 6 (or 6x2pin) connectors. I have scoured the internet, but to no avail. Also, it looks like the pinout of the 6 pin ATX is similar to the 8pin ATX connector. Therefore, I would assume that I could use an 8pin connector on the 6 pin connector (I am assuming here). Anyways, does anyone have any idea where I could find an adapter that I could purchase that would allow me to plug into the 6pin ATX 12v plug on the mobo? The Corsair HX1000i only comes with two 8pin ATX 12v plugs, so those will already be used. Never have had such an issue finding a cable for a motherboard/PSU before. Thank you in advance for all assistance!